Oh please, the brainwashers want you to believe everything is because of climate change:<quoted text>
It's not fair for you to claim earthquakes are caused by Climate Change. The earthquakes are being caused by fracking. You know, that thing Big Daddy Koch said was as safe as the day is long?(Also see the same oil billionaires who spent millions to refute climate change)
Could you imagine how stupid someone would have to be to believe oil lobby propaganda over the entire scientific world? I bet you can. Also, go ahead and add "Record setting" in front of just about everything you listed there and call it normal.
The “hurricane drought” in the U.S. continues, as last year saw the lowest number of hurricanes since 1982, according to government storm data.
For the 2013 hurricane season — which runs from June 1st to November 30th — thirteen named storms formed in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. Only two of those storms reached hurricane strength, according to the National Hurricane Center.
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Study: Global Warming Will Cause 180,000 More Rapes by 2099
Controversial new research predicts that over the coming century, rising temperatures will result in more violent crime.
—By Jeremy Schulman | Thu Feb. 27, 2014
A Fracking Good Story
Carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. are at their lowest level in 20 years. It’s not because of wind or solar power.
By Bjørn Lomborg
Weather conditions around the world this summer have provided ample fodder for the global warming debate. Droughts and heat waves are a harbinger of our future, carbon cuts are needed now more than ever, and yet meaningful policies have not been enacted.
But, beyond this well-trodden battlefield, something amazing has happened: Carbon-dioxide emissions in the United States have dropped to their lowest level in 20 years. Estimating on the basis of data from the US Energy Information Agency from the first five months of 2012, this year’s expected CO2 emissions have declined by more than 800 million tons, or 14 percent from their peak in 2007.